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@paulcarr @DavePitinga but trolling is all right! Just look at the post these comments pertain to...
Also: TechCrunch did provide the best overview of the culture wars/housing vs. tech crisis in SF while Pando offered ... Bryan Goldberg's "views" on the topic.
4 hours, 9 minutes ago on San Francisco magazine hopes to win public service Pulitzer for publicly servicing Marc Benioff
@JayDengVC Yeah, right, except one is approved by the FDA for this treatment and the other is not (because the company don't want to get it approve, as they would have to charge the same price).
So you give vouchers, and people spend it on the $2,000 stuff. They can shop around, of course, but since only genentech makes this drug (and has the patents on it), then they won't get any significantly cheaper price.
However, because they are individual with vouchers instead of the government footing the bill for millions of medicare patients, then they have zero leverage. So now the $2,000 stuff gets to $5,000.
4 days, 21 hours ago on That Medicare doctors’ payment database shows how screwed the US health care system is
@Cincinnatus3 then how come medicare is much more efficient and cheaper at delivering medicine that the private alternative?
6 days, 6 hours ago on That Medicare doctors’ payment database shows how screwed the US health care system is
Worst use of the word "disrupt" in a headline. What airbnb is "disrupting" is the hotel business industry, maybe. But, like uber, it doesn't mean they should avoid regulation or paying the same taxes as their competition. The SF hotel tax serves a valuable purpose http://www.sfgfta.org/ (and it even makes sense that the tourist subsidize the arts that make the city attractive to tourists!)
2 weeks, 2 days ago on Now valued at $10bn, Airbnb decides it no longer has to disrupt hotel taxes
$39/mo would sure buy you a lot of lego. This does not make any sense. Who spends $500/years on lego?
4 weeks ago on “Netflix for LEGOs” is an awesome idea. But can it scale?